Group: Philippine military helping accused general
An international human rights watchdog said Wednesday it has information that sympathetic Philippine military personnel were thwarting attempts by civilian authorities to capture a former army general accused of kidnapping two student activists.
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Quezon City, Philippines
#1 Jan 31, 2012
its just what we here have known since this began.
so, now the world speaks out.
questions expats need to ask are :
how will a coup affect expats lives?
how will marshall law affect expats lives?
here , far out in the prov. my flip friends say that they have never been bothered by coup attempts. only those in the cities face danger.
they say its just a matter of time before the shite hits the fan.
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